CAMBRIDGE, MA — (September 15, 2018): Today, Salzburger Landeskliniken (SALK), the largest hospital organization in the Salzburg region with over 1,800 beds with 39 Operating Rooms / Suites, has licensed opflo suite 2019 for its real time perioperative workflow management, performance reporting, and staff scheduling needs. opflo suite 2019 brings a slew of new features from version 2014, including improved interfaces with Epic and Orbis, the introduction of perioperative and staff performance dashboards, and the foundations of long term perioperative staff scheduling.

SALK has been using opflo suite since 2014. In exploring options from various vendors to meet its expanding need for operating room case and staffing efficiency, SALK decided to license the newest version of the opflo product.

“We’re so thrilled that SALK has decided on opflo as a critical perioperative tool; they continue to strive to improve perioperative patient care safely in times of increased budget constraints,” said opflo founder and CEO Pankaj Sarin.

About SALK
Salzburger Landeskliniken is an organization that comprises of Landeskrankenhaus (the State Hospital), Christian-Doppler-Klinik, Landesklinik St. Veit, the Universitaetsinstitut
fuer Sportmedizin, and Alle Einrichtungen. SALK is the partner and research hospital for Paracelcus Medical University. It receives the most complex cases, treating approximately 475,000 patients (320,000 out-patients and 155,000 in-patients) per year.

SALK has over 1,800 beds with 39 Operating Rooms / Suites spread out over 12 locations on 3 campuses. It employs 76 anesthesiologists and 62 anesthesia nurses, who travel between these different locations
as well as campuses.

About opflo
opflo is a healthcare software development firm specializing in software solutions to improve peri-operative efficiency for hospitals, achieving cost savings and improved efficiency for our clients utilizing proven data driven approaches.

opflo has developed a suite of applications that allows peri-operative managers, anesthesiologists, nurses, and surgeons to work more efficiently in a real-time collaborative manner. Operative cases can start quicker with fewer delays, Operating Room downtime can be minimized, and clinician work life improved, all while saving organizations money.